• Preface
    During what is now known as the Second Industrial Revolution, the line between digital and reality had stretched so thin, it had almost completely disappeared. The government had issued a new type of technology that allowed people to interact with and control machines via a small microchip implanted in one’s brain. Soon enough, manual things such as keyboards, steering wheels, buttons, and switches had become all but obsolete. As knowledge expanded, the New Technology became more and more available to the various social classes. Boundaries ebbed, and gave way to an increasing room for error….

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    Preface: Reading Now- -Chapter One Part One- -Chapter One Part Two- -Chapter One Part Three- --Chapter One Part Four-